Jeep brought production version of Grand Wagoneer to testsOctober 7, 2020
Jeep unveiled the Grand Wagoneer concept in early September. A production version of this model is on its way, and the first test sample of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer was spotted during testing.
A month ago, Jeep blew the dust off the Wagoneer plaque that the American automaker used in the past for the luxury variant of the Cherokee, better known as the Grand Wagoneer (SJ).
Jeep unveiled the Grand Wagoneer Concept last month, a production-ready preview of the new SUV that will rise above the Grand Cherokee in the brand’s lineup. Now the American company has sent for tests a production version of the Grand Wagoneer in a camouflage “suit”.
Good news for those who liked the appearance of the Grand Wagoneer Concept: apparently, a production version of an SUV, almost one to one repeating the design of the show car, got into the lenses of spy cameras. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer retains the angular front end, the relatively flat grille, and the headlights connected by LED strip.
The Grand Wagoneer likely shares a base with the Ram 1500, which is powered by a plug-in hybrid powertrain that is expected to be used in the final Grand Wagoneer. According to preliminary information, the SUV will also receive a range of conventional six- and eight-cylinder engines. It is reported that the production version of the Grand Wagoneer should officially debut sometime in the second half of next year.
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